The ‘bastards’ fight again – RTP catch Taiwanese star in a lie

The Royal Thai Police have been trending this week, sharing the headlines with risky younger Chinese micro-starlets. The giddy celebs on one hand recommended the cops for providing excellent customer service, and whereas on the opposite, ran to Interpol to complain about “corruption.”
It all started innocently enough when a so-called influencer named solely as “Adele” – a vlogger with a few thousand followers – arrived at Suvarnabhumi International Airport from Shanghai. Things began to go awry when she was given a police escort to her hotel in Pattaya. She rode in a taxi along with her mother, whereas a police automobile, siren blaring, cleared her way.
Adele squealed with delight on the VIP treatment and happily informed her followers in a tacky TikTok video that…
“Money should buy something from the Thai police.”
Perhaps it could, perhaps not. In any case, she opened a can of worms and, once out of their can, the worms squirmed all the way in which to the PM’s office, accused of organising the VIP therapy. Three of the law enforcement officials involved are in critical sizzling water, however so far, it’s all still cool at Phitsanulok Mansion.
Meanwhile, in Bangkok, unknown Taiwanese actor Charlene An (variously An Yu-Qing, Yu Qing An) stated she was the victim of a shakedown by Thailand’s “bastard police” while on holiday. Her claim made nationwide headlines in Taiwan, to the dismay of Thai tourism operators.
The proficient actor said police stopped her taxi at a checkpoint near the Chinese Embassy on Ratchadaphisek Road on the evening of January four and detained her and her associates for two hours. She stated the police ultimately launched them in return for a payment of 27,000 baht (US$800), which looks as if a strange amount to demand from anyone in money, however it’s maybe all they’d.
Metropolitan Police Bureau’s Deputy Commissioner Maj-Gen Samroeng Suanthong mentioned the incident with the six officers concerned at Huai Khwang Police Station and was not happy with what he found.
The officers admitted to stopping the Taiwanese group throughout a routine traffic safety operations however insist they’d not taken cash from them. Samroeng said the six policemen had issue speaking with the vacationers using English and hand gestures, because the group spoke only Chinese.
“The actor appeared drunk and didn’t have her passport,” he said.
The officers launched the group with a warning only, as they weren’t thought of any kind of menace. Officers also warned the actor that her e-cigarette was illegal in Thailand, however didn’t fine her.
An Yu-Qing claimed that she and a female companion have been taken to a police station the place they weren’t allowed to sit down and were “terrorised” like criminals. Besides being shaken down, she needed to apologise repeatedly in Thai and “almost bow to the ft of the police” earlier than she and her associates had been released.
Samroeng stated it might be tough to summon the Taiwanese actor to give her facet of the story, but CCTV digicam footage tells a very completely different story from An’s account.
Police spokesperson Archayon Kraithong insisted that officers had taken no money from the actor’s group and had released the tourists after they became agitated. He denied that the officers had taken the Taiwanese group to “a spot where there were no CCTV cameras,” because the actor had advised.
A camera outdoors the Chinese embassy on Ratchadaphisek Road and two different cameras on a pedestrian bridge captured the whole occasion.
In the footage, a pink Mazda 2 Grab taxi was stopped by police at a security checkpoint at 2.27am. An and the opposite three passengers got out of the automobile and stood on the pavement whereas speaking with the officers for a very long time. An orange taxi ultimately got here and picked them up.
From start to end, neither the actor nor any of the three passengers have been seen walking into “an alley” with police as claimed.
The first Grab driver who picked up the four and drove them to where they were stopped by the police has been questioned by investigators. The police have located, but have not but questioned, the motive force of the orange taxi.
The driver of the Mazda said…
“Of course, I remember that girl within the news. She was speaking loudly on a daily basis while sitting within the again seat, looking clearly drunk.”
The driver defined that when officers asked to see their passports, the entire group went berserk and began shouting in Chinese. After ready with the passengers for about an hour, they paid him off and he left.
As for the actor, the RTP had contacted her through her Instagram message inbox asking for extra details about the incident. An sent back the GPS location of the place she claimed the extortion happened and promised to supply extra details via Taiwanese authorities.
Frugal prompted the RTP to contact Taiwan’s police themselves but they needn’t have bothered, Angry An has already taken the matter additional. She wrote on her Instagram page on Friday that she plans to boost the issue with the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol)..

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